Santa Teresa, Costa Rica is often called the country’s best surf destination thanks to its consistent waves forming on a point break. Surfers flock here year-round to hit the waves, and because of this, Santa Teresa boasts a laid-back, surfer town charm that appeals to visitors of all types and ages. It’s the biggest town
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Monteverde is home to Costa Rica’s oft-photographed cloud forest, a place that absolutely must be explored while you’re in the country. An old-growth forest that has been left untouched by development has made a perfect home for countless species of butterflies, tropical birds and rainforest mammals that you may never see anywhere else. Monteverde is
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Known mainly to local surfing enthusiasts, Playa Samara is the best beach in Costa Rica, according to TripAdvisor’s Travellers’ Choice Awards in 2013, and others say it’s the safest beach in the country as well. Either way, the sand is white and the water is clear and has great spots for swimming and fishing, and
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Like Christmas, New Year’s in Guanacaste, Costa Rica is a party not to be missed, because of the ideal weather and the fun celebrations happening at the best towns and beaches in the country. Ask us about parties going on in the town you want to visit so you can best enjoy your New Year’s
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Shimmering beaches, lush rainforests, unique wildlife, towering volcanoes, adrenaline-pumping activities and friendly people are just a few of the things that make Costa Rica a favorite destination among so many travelers. With so much to offer, Costa Rica is the perfect place to experience the trip of a lifetime. The country’s west coast borders the
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Located between two spectacular beaches of Flamingo and Conchal, Brasilito is a quant beachfront town with a laid back atmosphere. This is a great town to call home for a while if you’re looking to explore Guanacaste’s finest sights and activities at an affordable price. Accommodations are generally well priced, plus Brasilito has a selection
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Liberia is the biggest city and the capital of Guanacaste, the province on Costa Rica’s north Pacific coast, and it’s the best way to access the country’s most beautiful beaches. The Daniel Oduber International Airport located here has been expanding and improving over the past few years, with more and more connections to airports in
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POTRERO Set in a sheltered bay on a beautifully warm sandy beach with clear, clean water, Potrero is synonymous with vacation. It’s easy to fall in love with the relaxed atmosphere here, so much so that many a tourist has quickly become a local, by buying a little property near the beach and living the
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FLAMINGO TRAVEL INFORMATION From Flamingo, it’s an easy jaunt to a handful of soft white sand beaches and tranquil coves, including Playa Flamingo, Playa Conchal and Brasilito. Since the 1960s, Flamingo has been a favorite destination for people on holiday, especially those escaping the cold winters in the United States and Canada. The result is
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Tamarindo Information Often cited as the prettiest town on the Pacific coast of Costa Rica, Tamarindo is not only home to the perfect beach for people learning to surf, but also a wide array of restaurants serving international cuisine, quaint bars, lots of live music, plenty of shops and access to almost any kind of
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Few people who come to Costa Rica will want to miss Montezuma Falls, located near the little town of Montezuma. Three tumbling waterfalls cascade into swimming holes surrounded by rocky outcroppings and lush rainforest-like vegetation. Montezuma is located near to the surf town of Santa Teresa, but is tucked into the Gulf of Nicoya, away
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Located on Costa Rica’s north Pacific coast, Guanacaste is home to many of the country’s most beautiful beaches, making it a popular destination not only for travelers from the United States and Canada, but also folks who live in Costa Rica’s capital, San Jose. Most beaches in Guanacaste welcome great waves for all levels of
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